Articles tagged: Plumbing

Partially or Fully Burying Poly Water Tanks

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Burying a water tank is sometimes desirable to reduce their height, or placing them completely underground if you don’t have much surface space. Poly water tanks are the ideal solution, since steel tanks obviously can’t be buried since they will rust and corrode. This article will reveal what you need to know if yo ...

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How to Link Multiple Water Tanks to Increase Rainwater Harvesting Capacity

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Before you invest in a new water tank to store rainwater, perform some careful planning and consider a system setup of linking two or more water tanks together. A multiple water tank setup for rainwater harvesting provides many benefits including: Multiple tanks can be more cost-effective Reduction of lost water in tan ...

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Water Tanks in Wagga Wagga: State and Council Requirements for Residential Homes

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Wagga Wagga is a vibrant regional city in Southern New South Wales, located midway between Sydney and Melbourne. Surrounded by impressive country landscapes and straddling the magnificent Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is the hub of the Riverina region with a popular of 56,000 residents. If you live in Wagga Wagga, ch ...

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Water Tanks in Tamworth Region: State and Council Requirements for Residential Homes

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The Tamworth Region, located in inland NSW (north-western), covers 9,653 square kilometres from the Nandewar Range north of Barraba, to the head of the Peel River and the Great Dividing Range. It has the charm of country living combined with a progressively city style and is estimated to have a population of over 58,00 ...

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Water Tanks in Gympie Region: State and Council Requirements for Residential Homes

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The Gympie region is found in South East Queensland approximately 2 hours north of Brisbane. With an area of 6,898 square kilometres, it offers picturesque experiences from the rolling hills and market villages of the Mary Valley, to quaint country towns of Kilkivan and Goomeri and pristine coastal areas of Rainbow Bea ...

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